Theatres in London are currently closed.
In the West End, the closure will continue up to and including 2 August 2020 (announced on 3 June).
The show below will not currently be playing and is scheduled to close by 28 June 2020 (when theatres might reopen - this is subject to confirmation).
Original performance dates are given below and reflect any changes we have received.
Closed 6 Jul 2019
Jermyn Street Theatre
Augustina Seymour (Sibyl Vane), Stanton Wright (Dorian Gray), Richard Keightley (Henry Wotton) - Photo: S R Taylor Photography
In Oscar Wilde's iconic novel, sophisticated, amoral aristocrat Henry Wotton seduces the beautiful Dorian Gray into a life of sin and hedonism in fin-de-siècle London.
Dorian sells his soul for eternal youth and beauty - and only his portrait seems to age.
But will Dorian's pact have a price?
Lucy Shaw's bold and beautiful new adaptation retains all the glittering wit of Wilde's writing.
The cast switch roles, creating four different casting possibilities, performed on different nights.
A female Dorian looks at the portrait.
And a male face looks back at her.
Background, advisory warnings
Age suitability: Not available
Lucy Shaw is a graduate of the Royal Court Young Writers' Programme and the Studio Group.
Her plays have been performed at the Whitechapel Gallery, Bold Tendencies, the Nursery Theatre and RADA.
Tom Littler is Artistic Director of Jermyn Street Theatre.
Note: there will be multiple press performances:
Press performance A - Male Dorian with male Wotton - Monday 10 June 7.30pm
Press performance B - Male Dorian with female Wotton - Tuesday 11 June 3.30pm
Press performance C - Female Dorian with male Wotton - Tuesday 11 June 7.30pm
Press performance D - Female Dorian with female Wotton - Wednesday 12 June 7.30pm
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London SW1Y 6ST
Performance days & times
Monday ‑ 7‑30pm
Tuesday ‑ 7‑30pm
Wednesday ‑ 7‑30pm
Thursday ‑ 7‑30pm
Friday ‑ 7‑30pm
Saturday ‑ 7‑30pm
Tuesday - 3-30pm
Saturday - 3-30pm
£10 for under-30s (100 tickets)
Author: Oscar Wilde, newly adapted by Lucy Shaw
Director: Tom Littler
Set designer: William Reynolds
Costume designer: Emily Stuart
Lighting: William Reynolds
Sound: Matt Eaton
Movement: Julia Cave
Production: In association with Stephen Joseph Theatre